Philadelphia, PA, October 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- IndustrialPR (http://www.IndustrialPR.net), a news portal for the engineering, manufacturing and scientific communities announced today the launch of its new on-line public relations program to help Pennsylvania-based industrial suppliers increase their exposure on the Web. The company said the on-line marketing program helps Pennsylvania manufacturers and distributors of industrial supplies, equipment and machinery generate more Web traffic and on-line trade leads utilizing targeted news portals, trade magazines and other industry-focused media sources.
According to Joyce Kelly, spokeswoman for IndustrialPR, as part of the program machine shops, custom manufacturers and engineers in Pennsylvania are able to access Open RFQs from buyers of equipment and custom manufacturing services at http://industrialleaders.com/mfg.html. In addition to the trade leads, Kelly said industrial suppliers based in or serving the Keystone State are able to publish their news stories on IndustrialPR.net free of charge in front of an international audience of industrial buyers with emphasis on North America and Western Europe.
"IndustrialPR welcomes Pennsylvania job shops, foundries, industrial designers, engineering firms and all custom manufacturers to submit their press releases and other company news stories to IndustrialPR for consideration to be published on the site at no cost," said Kelly. She concluded, IndustrialPR.net has already published news from dozens of companies based in or serving Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Scranton, Erie, Lancaster, Altoona, Levittown, Bethlehem, Scranton, Reading and other cities and towns in the state of Pennsylvania."
Kelly said IndustrialPR has long been a supporter of the industrial state of Pennsylvania, which she said is true to its motto; Virtue, Liberty and Independence. She explained, "Despite the negative comments about Pennsylvanians recently made by the state's own senator, the Keystone State is a land of hardworking people with traditional American values." Kelly added, "IndustrialPR is dedicated to helping Pennsylvania-based manufacturers, foundries, machine shops and other industrial suppliers across the state increase their revenues and customer base utilizing the power of on-line marketing and public relations.
About Industrial PR
IndustrialPR is a free industrial news and press release distribution site for the manufacturing community at http://IndustrialPR.net. The site enables manufacturers and suppliers of industrial products and related services to publish and distribute their press releases to trade media magazines and publications.